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. and there is a problem that some governments are hostage to the religious leaders. pakistan is a good example. saudi arabia. >> iran is a much more intense example because we have the religious leaders within the government to have the control but take north africa i think some of the most enlightening kind of intellectual work being done happens in morocco, tune ease -- ton ease ya, algeria and egypt, or will you find it in indonesia or malaysia or in sub sahharan africa. so there is an internal muslim problem that muslims need to address by themselves. it's not going to lp if it is tainted by some european assistce. that's the inside problem but muslims are not paying sufficient attention to that and i doelieve that american muslims can play the role of a talyst. and you know what, when i do my research in india and pakistan, i find people there telling me that you know the way forward is going to be that you people in the west, you muslims living in the west, in north america and europe, you guys might be pave approximating the way. i said really, do you really want us to show you the way, we hav
.s. raid into pakistan that led to the killing of osama bin laden. you also would do away with, in essence, the c.i.a. why did you oppose the raid and what would you put in the place of it? >> well, the question to me was i was just saying it could be done differently. i mean, all this does was raise questions and i predicted that this would lead to a lot of resentment and think of the chaos in pakistan and the mess thate have. we both bomb them and give them money and people hate their own government because their own government's a puppet of ours. my frustration with bin laden was it took so long. >> woodruff: and the c.i.a., you would.... >> couric: i don't think the c.i.a. should be a military arm of the government dropping bombs secretly. you can't even separate the two. you don't even know who is controlling the bombing of this country now. >> woodruff: a couple questions about your campaign. you have a son who was elected to the united states senate rand paul from the state of kentucky. this is your third try for president. there was some talk he was looking at running for president
year when it hosted what ought to have been a lucrative test match... >>we hosted the pakistan tour which had alleged match fixing and betting scandals and that kind of negative publicity does have an effect when you're trying to sell tickets to a sporting event... >>reporter: this year yorkshire will host just one day of international cricket... a 50 over match that'll be absolutely crucial to the county's annual income... >>how much of your income would be dependent on that day roughly? >>over half. >>on one day's cricket? >>yeah... in terms of what we take through gate receipts, sponsorship and everything else >>reporter: each year england play 7 home test matches... but now there are nine test venues, and mini bidding wars, combined with counties spending up large on ground improvements to better their chances of hosting tests... have come at a cost... >>i think everyone's got caught in a perfect storm. where money's been available to borrow and everyone's been chasing international cricket >>reporter: and the counties are never going to find financial relief through the 4 day c
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